I have been reading and teaching the papers of theBoston Change Process Study Group since the first one appeared (D.N. Stern, et al., 1998). My enthusiasm for this body of work is due to the basic sympathy between their views and my own. I begin by detailing some of those agreements, and then go on, later in the chapter, to take issue with some of BCPSG’s positions. Because we have so much in common, I want to contextualize our disagreements within the substantial degree of similarity of our views in many other respects. The points I discuss bear on all the papers in the series to date (D. N. Stern, et al., 1998; BCPSG, 2002, 2003, 2207, 2008).